The Hanoverian Riding Horse Champion
Trot 9,0! Canter 9,5! Walk 8,5! Training 9,0! Building 9.0! Bonjour made his debut in sport under Eva Möller with an outstanding performance – and secured victory in the Hanoverian Championships for three-year-olds with a top score of 9.0. The handsome, charismatic black stallion, who was named a premium stallion in Hanover and Denmark, thus impressively continued his career in the arena.
Here is a young stallion that should interest Hanoverian breeders!
The sire Bon Coeur was a premium stallion at the Hanoverian licensing in 2014. He finished his 30-day test in Schlieckau in 2015 with a dressage-accentuated final score of 9.1. He passed the sport tests with 9.0 and 8.9. As a three-year-old, he was Vice Bundeschampion and Vice National Champion, and as a four-year-old, he won the Hanoverian National Championships and was again Vice National Champion. For Sweden, he goes victoriously internationally in sport up to Intermediate I. Among his 30 licensed sons are the Oldenburg Champion Stallion Bellany, numerous premium stallions, and the dressage horse World Championship finalist Bohemian OLD. His daughter Boa Vista advanced to Dressage Horse Bundeschampioness in Warendorf in 2021.
The dam St.Pr.St. Fenja also produced the full brother Bonfire HW, premium stallion at the Hanoverian licensing and already placed in riding horse competitions.
The second sire Fürst Nymphenburg I, stationed at the Lower Saxony State Stud in Celle, achieved victories in sport up to Intermediate II. He sired seven licensed sons.
In third and fourth place in the pedigree are the proven sires Hochadel and Carbid. The great-granddam Chanel produced several internationally successful show jumpers, including the licensed stallion Freigeist (by For Edition I), who placed in international 1.40-meter show jumping competitions with Linda Heed/SWE. Quincy (by Quaid I)/Anika Kuhn also placed in 1.40-meter courses. Order by Post (by Quaid I) has been successful for Great Britain in 1.35-meter show jumping competitions.
The 1.60-meter jumper Lesthago (by Levisto Z)/David Will and other dressage and show jumping horses also come from the mare line of the Thoroughbred mare Princess Corvig xx.
Hanoverian and Danish premium stallion
Bonjour is licensed in Hanover, Holstein Global, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg, Rhineland, Southern German stud books, Westphalia